First-Ever Online Master of Music Education Degree Launches
Mar07

First-Ever Online Master of Music Education Degree Launches

Awesome news for New York music teachers! Those who have completed a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and attained initial certification now have a new, innovative, and technologically savvy option in order to achieve their professional requirements–a game-changer for those who work full-time or do not reside near a college campus. The Master of Music in Music Education degree offered by Buffalo State College is the first...

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Buffalo State Scholarship Program Provides ‘Genuine Care’
Nov22

Buffalo State Scholarship Program Provides ‘Genuine Care’

The Kenzie program, a Buffalo State College scholarship opportunity, started with four students in 1998. Fifteen years later, it has grown to fund 26 high-achieving, underrepresented minority undergraduate students, emphasizing academic achievement, leadership development, mentoring, and community service, and close interaction between students and mentors. The scholarship includes a $2,400 award renewable each year provided that the...

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Alumni Roundup: Week of October 15, 2013
Oct15

Alumni Roundup: Week of October 15, 2013

See What SUNY Alumni are Accomplishing This Week! In addition to our regular Alumni Profile series, we hear about great things our graduates are doing around the country. Why not share them? Inside the secretive New York City Garde Robe headquarters, The New York Times examines how some, including Fashion Institute of Technology graduates, are keeping luxury garments in museum-quality conditions. Tom Fontana, Buffalo State...

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Congratulations! Your campus finally looks like the brochure!
Apr11

Congratulations! Your campus finally looks like the brochure!

When I visited SUNY Oswego as a prospective student, it was one of my first times heading out to Western New York. It was mid-October and I had to wake up especially early to make the nearly three-hour drive in order to arrive at the College by 9 a.m. for my tour of the beautiful campus. But what did not wake me up was coffee or donuts from the Tim Horton’s between exits 28 and 29; it was the snow! As soon as we passed Utica, it...

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ICYMI: The Best SUNY Mascot Madness Responses
Apr03

ICYMI: The Best SUNY Mascot Madness Responses

SUNY Mascot Madness is all about SUNY engagement; students, fans, alumni, and community members rally together to boost their favorite SUNY mascot up.  But what’s the reasoning behind two hundred thousand votes cast in 2013? As we approach the end of this year’s competition (which you still have some time to vote in if you haven’t already), we compiled the best mascot quotes from their profiles to explore the differences...

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Alumni Roundup: April 2, 2013
Apr02

Alumni Roundup: April 2, 2013

See What SUNY Alumni are Accomplishing This Week! In addition to our regular Alumni Profile series, we hear about great things our graduates are doing around the country. Why not share them? SUNY Potsdam graduate Joseph Leroux curated “Unconventional Narrative: The Triumph of the Witch”, a contemporary art exhibit open though April 6. Upstate Medical University has received a $1.54 million gift from the estate of alumnus Dr. Stanley...

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77 SUNY Programs Ranked Among Nation’s Top Graduate Tracks
Mar13

77 SUNY Programs Ranked Among Nation’s Top Graduate Tracks

Ten SUNY campuses’ graduate programs are named among the nation’s top graduate programs for 2014, according to U.S. World and News Report. The rankings, released in March, highlight over 75 tracks at the ten campuses in each subject’s top 100; many other SUNY schools are recognized in the full report. According to U.S. News, the rankings are based on two types of data: expert opinions about program excellence and...

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Research: Protecting New York From Invasive Species
Mar11

Research: Protecting New York From Invasive Species

New York’s native ecosystem is under attack. Invasive species such as zebra mussels, round gobies, and water chestnuts threaten our waterways; garlic mustard and Japanese knotweed threaten our beautiful native flora; and even our beautiful ash trees are in danger from the emerald ash borer. The Great Lakes Center at SUNY Buffalo State received a five-year $1.1 million grant from the New York State Department of Environmental...

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